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Our work for domestic and international insurance carriers focuses on getting to the heart of the technical issues that underlie environmental property liability and remediation performance claims. We provide a wide spectrum of services—including environmental due diligence, contaminant source evaluations, environmental forensics, chemical transport and fate, engineering reviews, and litigation support—to zero in on the issues that matter most on a variety of claim types.
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Are you interested in Florida’s coastal resources? Then check out the Florida Coastal Mapping Program’s (FCMaP) online summit on December 7, 2021! This free event will feature discussions on coastal mapping updates, priorities, technology specs and standards, and information about the newly funded Florida Seafloor Mapping Initiative. The summit will include presentations from federal, state, and academic partners. Integral Senior Consultant Cheryl Hapke, Ph.D., is a cofounder of FCMaP and has served as its coordinator, and now chair, since 2018.
Katherine Heal Contributes to New Study on Arsenic and Lipids Featured in Chemical & Engineering News
Integral scientist Katherine Heal, Ph.D., contributes her insights and research on arsenic to the article “Bacteria incorporate arsenic into lipids” in the November 8, 2021, issue of Chemical & Engineering News. The article features results of a study Dr. Heal...
Integral scientists Christina Ross and Paul DeLeo, Ph.D., are coauthors of an article titled “Benzene in Sunscreens & Sun Care Products,” published in the November issue of the trade magazine Happi. In light of recent media coverage on low levels of benzene detected in several sunscreen products, the article examines dermal exposure to benzene from topically applied consumer products.